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Browns DC Ray Horton Comments on Justin Gilbert's Status with Team

If not for Johnny Manziel's unmitigated meltdown, Cleveland Browns cornerback Justin Gilbert would garner more attention for the downright bust he's been as a 2014 first-round draft pick. But even as the Browns transition to a new regime, they are still holding out hope for the former eighth overall pick. Show More Summary

Feeling “10 times better,” Terrelle Pryor is ready to “beat up on some corners”

Reunited with his first NFL head coach but learning a new position, Browns receiver Terrelle Pryor has high hopes for 2016. “[I’m] 10 times [better than last year],” Pryor said Wednesday, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “I look at the film and it amazes me, and I give that to [receivers coach…

Johnny Manziel's Friends Reportedly Concerned for Him Due to Alcohol, Drug Use

Off-field issues drove former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel out of the NFL, but now those close to the signal-caller are reportedly worried about his health. According to TMZ Sports, Manziel's friends are concerned that...Show More Summary

Brian Hartline Released by Browns: Latest Comments and Reaction

The Cleveland Browns have released wide receiver Brian Hartline, according to Pro Football Talk and Mary Kay Cabot of the Plain Dealer. Hartline, 29, caught 46 passes for 523 yards and two touchdowns in 2015. You can follow Timothy Rapp on Twitter. Read more NFL news on

Johnny Manziel's Car Crash in April Reportedly Being Investigated by NFL

The NFL is currently investigating a car crash involving former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel, which TMZ sources said is part of a "l arger Manziel investigation" that is "ongoing." TMZ Sports reported further details of the news. Show More Summary

Tom DeLeone, Former Browns Center, Dies at Age 65

Former Cleveland Browns center Tom DeLeone died Sunday morning after he was diagnosed with brain cancer in 2011, per Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal (via DeLeone was 65 years old when he died. DeLeone played for Ohio...Show More Summary

Caught On Tape: Johnny Manziel Kicked Out Of Vegas Club After Violent Altercation [Video]

The hits keep on coming for NFL star Johnny Manziel, and that’s hardly a good thing. Now a free agent, the former Cleveland Browns quarterback has bounced from one controversy to another over the course of recent months, developing a reputation for poor decision-making and an explosive temper. Show More Summary

Johnny Manziel Kicked Out Of Vegas Nightclub After Violent Scuffle (Video)

Former Cleveland Browns QB Johnny Manziel and his quest for an NFL comeback took yet another hit as he was caught on camera in a Las Vegas nightclub scuffle. TMZ who released the footage breaks down the details: “Witnesses inside Jewel Nightclub at the Aria tell TMZ Johnny was in a VIP booth near the […]

Feds Desegregate Schools In Mississippi Town Time Forgot

A federal court ordered school desegregation plan be put in place in Cleveland, Mississippi, a mere 62 years -- almost to the day -- after Brown v. Board of Education.

Perspectives: 'Separate but Equal' Sounds Bad, but May Be Better for Black Students

Post by Kiarra Sylvester. Cleveland, Mississippi, found itself in quite the dilemma after Judge Deborah Brown finally ordered the city to fully integrate East Side High School (predominately black students) with Cleveland High (split with 48 percent of students being white, while 45 percent are white). Show More Summary

Federal Judge Orders Mississippi City to Integrate Its Schools — in 2016

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Sixty-two years after Brown v. Board a federal judge ordered the city of Cleveland, Mississippi to consolidate its schools, ending decades of segregation.

A City in Mississippi Is Finally (Maybe) Integrating Its Schools 62 Years After Brown v. BOE

A federal court has ruled that administrators in Cleveland, Mississippi have three weeks to execute a timeline to integrate the small Bolivar County city’s middle and high schools. They have, rather improbably, remained segregated by race since Brown v. Show More Summary

Jeremy Hill: I can’t let playoff fumble define me

In a new ESPN documentary Believeland about the long championship drought experienced by teams from Cleveland, former Browns running back Earnest Byner revisits a play that’s become known as The Fumble. Byner lost control of the ball on the doorstep of the Broncos end zone late in the 1988 AFC Championship game, Denver recovered and kept…

After 50 Years, Federal Court Orders Mississippi Town to Desegregate Schools

Six decades after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that "separate but equal has no place" in public schools, the Cleveland School District in Cleveland, Mississippi, will finaly desegregate its public schools. According to Reuters, black and white students have been separated into two different high schools ... More »

Federal court orders schools in Mississippi to desegregate 60 years after Brown v. Board of Education

A federal court ordered middle and high schools in Cleveland, Mississippi to consolidate to satisfy the ruling on a decades-long legal battle to desegregate schools, according to a press release from The Department of Justice. The order...Show More Summary

Corey Coleman admits rookie minicamp left him “gassed”

Browns coach Hue Jackson said first-round receiver Corey Coleman needs to get in shape. First-round receiver Corey Coleman doesn’t disagree. “It’s the truth,” Coleman said Saturday, via Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “We didn’t know it was going to be [so much running]. I feel like we can always be in better…

What does Stipe Miocic think of ending Cleveland's 'championship curse' at UFC 198?

CURITIBA, Brazil – The history of Cleveland sports is littered with disappointment. The last time a team brought a championship to “The Forrest City” was 1964, when the Browns won the NFL championship.Filed under: News, UFC

Robert Griffin III vs. Josh McCown: Latest Updates on Browns QB Battle

Among the many decisions new Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson has to make this offseason, the question of whom the team's starting quarterback will be—Josh McCown, Robert Griffin III or someone else altogether—still remains. Continue...Show More Summary

Hue Jackson Comments on Corey Coleman's Conditioning, Playing WR in NFL

First-round draft pick Corey Coleman isn't exempt from new Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson's critiques, even in his first practices. On Friday, Jackson spoke with Mary Kay Cabot of about the wide receiver's physical adaptation to life in the NFL: He's got to get in shape. Show More Summary

Joe Thomas retains his title as Browns photo day champion

Left tackle Joe Thomas has spent his entire nine-year career with the Cleveland Browns, so you could forgive him if he's a little tired of all the losing. The team's only winning record came in his rookie campaign back in 2007, and since then they've won more than five games in a season only once (2014). Show More Summary

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